Having shared and enjoyed the artwork of DW's titles for some time now, I thought I ought to expand the experience by including publications by others, where DW is featured as a short story writer, as the writer of the foreword/prologue to others' works, or mentioned in some way.
The covers that follow show titles that I have managed to collect or, in a few instances, 'borrowed' from places like eBay. I have initially arranged them by publication date except where there is an obvious grouping of titles. In these cases the first publication date decides the placing of the group. There are many more titles and I will add these as and when I obtain details.
|Vagabond Pilgrimage||Supper in Nurenburg||A Killing Kindness|
|Robert Hale||DAST Magazine (1989)||Collins Crime Club|
|By Frederick Cowles
The printed dedication reads ‘To DENNIS WHEATLEY in friendship’
A play describing a fictional encounter between DW and Hermann Goering shortly before the latter’s death. Translated from the Swedish by Iwan Morelius.For the complete text, click here
|By Reginald Hill
A ‘Dalziel and Pascoe’ novel. Contains a passing reference to Dennis Wheatley.
|Matchbox Toys||Wine of Angels||Midwinter of the Spirit|
|Macmillan, London||Macmillan London|
|A toy model of the 1938 Hispano Suiza AY17. Although this is a later model than the car the Duke owned in ‘The Devil Rides Out’, to judge from the street name ("Rue de Richelieu"), the background artist was something of a DW fan - even if he/she got the name slightly wrong !||By Phil Rickman
The first Rev Merrily Watkins novel.
Contains a passing reference to Dennis Wheatley & how Satanists are sick in church.
|By Phil Rickman
The second Rev Merrily Watkins novel.
Contains a passing reference to a satanic temple looking like something inspired by Dennis Wheatley novels.
|Merewenna||The House of Lost Souls||The Satanist’s Son|
|2005 Australian p/bk||2007||2017|
|John Wiley & Sons Australia Ltd, Milton, Queensland||Hodder & Stoughton||CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform|
|A medieval tale for Australian secondary schools by Dan Ashlin with a unique(?) dedication:
"For Richard, Simon, Marie-Lou, The Duke and Rex — who started me on this whole scribbling business"
|By F G Cottam
DW features as a character in this debut novel
|By G W Martin
A story of the three modern musketeers that
takes place two years after the Duke de Richleau’s death
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